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This audio is brought to you by Muslim Central. please consider donating to help cover our running costs and future projects by visiting www dot Muslim central.com. forward slash donate sexual orientation describes who you are attracted to, may fall in love with and may have a sexual relationship with. They said, Well, why don't you look it up in the urban dictionary. And I did and I was quite shocked at what I found. I'm not going to even say what it means. But if you want to know what it means, after some discussion and counseling, you may be referred to an endocrinologist. endocrinologists specialize in hormones, and they're the most likely to prescribe puberty blockers
for someone who wants them. puberty blockers are medications that will stop your body from changing. It's coming in so many different directions this Disney movie onward. This
today's show, we have Brenda lipset, how are you? I'm doing well. Thank you, Edie.
It's nice to have you back on the program. We had you on some time ago. And for those people that didn't get a chance to watch that episode, really strongly encourage them to go back and watch that episode that we did. You're a school teacher of 30 years, can you fill us in a little bit about what you do and who you are. For those who didn't get acquainted with the first time that we met? Yes, thank you for having me on. And I'm, I want to be culturally sensitive. I'm not Muslim, however, I am a person of faith of God fearing person who loves children, and loves people. And so I wanted to be culturally sensitive and wear scarf. So I'm not offensive to anybody in the audience.
But thank you again for having us on. I've been a school board member in Orange County for four years. So I've been on the inside had been a teachers union member for over 25 years. And I've been a school teacher in the state of Nevada, and mostly in the state of California. I've taught pretty much all the grades. I've taught high school and middle school English history. But now I'm a PE teacher for kids, disabled kids in Orange County.
Now, you've been kind of giving us the inside scoop of what's going on some things that are kind of just under the table or overtly kind of pushed into the curriculum, and many parents, they're just not aware of this. You've kind of been bringing us up to speed. Tell us now last time, when we talk we talked about there was like a deliberate attack on Muslim children. Can you bring us up to speed on what we were talking about then? And we'll go on with
this week's up to date information that you're bringing us? Absolutely. Yes, just as I mentioned before, and I do hope people will watch the last video because I'm going to overlap a little bit, but it'll help if they watch it.
Basically, you know, the LGBTQ that's really coming into a lot of the subjects. It's not just coming in through sex education. Now it's coming in through ethnic studies. It's coming in through social emotional learning under identities, under empathy, inclusion, diversity, anti bullying, creating welcoming schools, it's coming under all those many umbrellas, and we're seeing it more and more pushed in through the teachers union, through legislature through laws and bills and policies for school districts. So there's a particular agency called advocates for youth, they actually wrote the National Sex Ed standards that a lot of school districts and state departments are using. And in
looking over their 2020, revised National Sex Ed standards and also
their ethnic studies and things I'm seeing, yes, a lot more emphasis towards Muslim youth. And I wanted to show you some of those things, as examples, just so Muslim parents can be aware they can talk to their kids about it. And I'm hoping not to overwhelm parents, because I know this can be overwhelming. But I'm hoping to also empower and I have a website now when before I was on your show, I didn't have a website, I only had Facebook, and Facebook is now being highly censored. So I'm trying to go more through my website now to provide materials, you know, that people can look at in documents from the last program we did, what kind of response Did you get from the community? Oh,
you know, I read a lot of those
comments under the video and I did get a lot of emails and a lot of Facebook, fan friend requests. And absolutely, you know, encouraging for one to me because it's not easy to speak out about these things. I'm grateful to still have a job.
But I also received some insight and I have been in contact with some people from
Other countries and learning from them. So I think the more that we can share information and help one another for the sake of our children, and to be honest, for the sake of humanity, because as I share some things with you, it's very alarming on some of the things that are going on. But yeah, there was one person actually that shared with me, when he saw some of the samples that we shared on our last show with the videos and the books. He said, you know, besides targeting Muslims, it looks like they're targeting people of color. African Americans, because, and, you know, it was like a light bulb went on for me. And I looked, and I'm like, Yeah, you're right. And so I actually reached
out to some African American ministers and lawyers in Los Angeles, and I'm working with them now. And they're starting to be a voice and speaking out about this as well.
Hmm, very interesting. So let's go through you have a presentation is this and you have some pictures here? It starts off with a Muslim, and I might not be straight. And then it says a resource for this alphabet movement. And then the Muslim youth was what is this about alphabet movement? You're funny.
Okay, so this is actually one of the resource toolkits from advocates for youth, advocates for youth puts out an online, highly recommended through at least the California Department of Education. I know it's not just California, though. I know, Michigan, there's different states that are using advocates for youth. The three R's and San Diego Unified, I know is definitely using this curriculum. But they reach out to kids on many virtual platforms to try to create a safe, inclusive environment. And they have these quote, unquote, trusted adults that they can talk to.
And I just want parents to be aware of this because a lot of these things are going on online. And so parents don't know who their kids are talking to. They have hashtag amaze, ask amaze. They can reach out to people, these anonymous people on Instagram, text messaging,
and they call them trusted adults that are that are vetted through advocates for you. But this is the kind of things that they're telling kids and it's not in a way that's going to build a relationship with their parents. In fact, it will, I believe, cause dissension between parents and kids.
Now, how would you like for us to go through I shall go through each one of these slides that you have a great we can start from the first one. So this one I Muslim, and I might not be a resource for LGBTQ plus Muslim youth, I want you to see carefully that plus, because that plus is open ended. And they're changing definitions. So now the que means queer or questioning, and queer. Now, according to the National Sex Ed standards of 2020 put out by advocates for you. And it means
queer is an umbrella term anytime they use the word umbrella. That means open ended ever expanding, ever evolving, ever changing. So that could mean anything. And I've tried to call them out on that by saying, okay, that's even saying that you're not explicitly stating that pedophilia is an exception. So it's, it's quite interesting.
So that's one of their you could go to the next one.
Now, hashtag Muslim and the reason they're using this as their advocacy program is and means that it's a word called intersectionality. Meaning that you're Muslim and what other identities are you whether it be queer, gay, it could be anything, any type of sexual orientation, Paul Amaury, there's many a sexual
and they're saying, you don't have to give up your faith identity in order to be a different gender that's not conforming or a different sexual orientation that's non conforming.
Here's another example.
From the toolkit, it says as a 20 year old queer non binary, you're gonna have to help me with some of these
Yeah, he jabi Muslim you want to read that?
So it says as a 20 year old queer, non binary hijabi Muslim hijabi, Mississippi one who observes like the modest dress called the Muslim yet. This is for anyone who's tuning in
Just maybe who's a Christian? I mean, this is like kind of imitating Mary, the mother of Jesus. Have you ever seen her on Google? Like not those pictures that they have representing of her? It's not actually her, but you always see her in her job. So that's what it is your job. My parents always say there aren't any LGBTQ letters, people in our community, my mosque often says that you cannot be LBGT and a Muslim, the government often says that me and my family are not welcome in this country in the first place. What I've come to understand is that Muslims have existed since the beginning of Islam, that queer Muslims have existed since the beginning of Assam, we existed and allow me to
adjust this way.
So this is a in your slide here. Yes. So I think that picture,
I can't read it with my mic. Weird. It's my hockey. Yeah, image description. I very Muslim sits in a peaceful position as words my criticism, my own and my, and I may share it wherever I desire circulated around the head. So I mean, the way I see this is because before I was a teacher, I was so this are this is this where do kids see this? Is this is this something that now this is,
in the in a curriculum or this is being taught in the score? These kind of quotes are being shared? How does this fit into the education? So that's a good question. Okay. So what they do is they have the baseline curriculum, and I'll show you some of those videos from the baseline curriculum today. I'm starting even in elementary school, but then they have resources that and they tell kids, if you have more questions, here's the resources. Here's the links. Now, what kids don't have more questions about sexuality, especially teenagers, so they will have these links, specifically for Muslims. And that if you have more questions for Muslims, and you can reach out to a trusted adult,
to ask your questions, and all of these trusted adults have been trained to say that, you know, sexual identities and gender is unlimited. And whatever, you know, your gender is something that you can discover, explore, it is your unique identity that no one can take from you. And so they encourage them to explore that identity. And if they say, if the child says, My parents aren't affirming of this, they don't agree with this, then they kind of let them know, well, then don't tell their parents because we want to keep you safe. And they make it out like your parents if they don't affirm these ideologies are harmful. This one, I don't even feel comfortable putting it really
on the screen. It's there just real quick, but you have I mean, this is like, really, from an Islamic perspective, this is very inappropriate, even if it's like a husband and wife. I mean, this is something that you do, you know,
behind the scenes, you know, it's it's something special. It's not so you have you have this kind of making out here, like almost French kissing or something. Right, right. Yeah. What's going on with that? And what's going on? Why are they doing that? They're showing this to the young, young, young ones, the young minds. This is that picture that you saw, they have an Instagram for, and it's not even, it's not even like something just like a cute little like Peck or something. This is like really like almost like pornography, like pornographic just like we're in, like you're into it. Just put it out there. You know, it's very distasteful. It's on the Muslim and Instagram. So one of the
kids probably put that up. Is there. Yeah, just from our perspective, even if you had a boy and a girl, you know, doing this kind of making out. I mean, this is something that's just inappropriate all around, you know, just just get out of that. So that's really a mild compared to a lot of other things that are in the sex education. Pretty much. Yeah. Wow. Okay, so this is something that one of the kids posted on the support Instagram, that advocates for youth puts out, and you know, it's advocates for youth because they have the little emblem in the corner, and the Muslim and the hashtag. So it says, in solidarity with black and brown, young, queer and trans Muslim people who
have to fight against multiple systems of oppression. So as they're teaching kids now through ethnic studies, critical race theory, some of you might not be familiar with that. But I'm going to try to put more information on that in my website. But basically, it talks about people groups that are marginalized and people groups that have privilege. So those that are the oppressors and those that are the oppressed, and the marginalized people would be minorities, people of color, the privileged or the the
hairier ones of power would be white men, Christians and heterosexuals. So anybody and cisgender cisgender means identifying as biologically male or female. Okay? So if you're not, if you're not biologically male or female, you're identifying as something else, then you're considered oppressed, such as transgender, or genderqueer, or non binary. Okay. This group that you mentioned, this is a Muslim organization Muslim, and is what they're doing through advocates for you, as it says in their name is they are teaching kids to be political activists for their cause. So their cause might be to
create laws and policies, they're teaching them how to create laws and policies to promote
things that will help LGBTQ or, you know, that kind of thing. Yeah, you tell me, I'll start going through these and you tell me where you want me specifically to stop? And then you can go? Yeah, so I did. So you're seeing like the last one that you just saw? How do I know that I'm queer. That's it that is produced through advocates for youth. So that's the that's the one that's endorsed by the California Department of Education. It's in our health framework.
It's it's endorsed six times in our health framework to teachers and to students. Okay, so that's part of their
that's part of the curriculum that they endorse. Okay. This here isn't in the curriculum. What this is, is a picture from the student Instagram, that's put out by advocates for you. It's kind of a platform that they've created so that kids can connect with one another and feel supported by one another. But it's our the education department.
Now, if you're like most people now doing schooling online, and you know, you have the curriculum, is it you know, which one I'm talking about curriculum?
Yeah, it is called.
And this is where most it's called k 12? Oh, you know, the K 12. So this is like public schooling online? Do they have such things like that on something like a k 12?
That many parents use? Yes, I'll show you I have in these slides that I'm showing you. These are for teenagers here, but middle school and high school. But this for instance, right here, the query frame, this is a coloring sheet for elementary grades. And this is through Black Lives Matter curriculum that's being pushed into our schools through the teachers union.
And one of the coloring sheets, says, Now remember, queer they changed the definition of queer doesn't just mean gay and lesbian, or even bisexual. It means all encompassing identities. So and those keep increasing. Okay, it's open ended. So it says everybody has the right to choose who they love, and the kind of family they want. By listening to their own heart and mind, you're going to see this repeated over and over listening to their own heart and mind. Now, I noticed they have it here in Arabic. Also, why is it I find that interesting, because
they have this ethnic studies right now in the state of California, we are having a community input process where they're asking people in the state to give input before the State Board of Education votes on this new curriculum. Well, in the curriculum that I've read, again, they're they're very are putting race and skin color under the umbrella of LGBTQ plus plus plus. So what I did
Edie is I asked the California Department of Ed to please provide it in other languages such as Spanish and Arabic, so that all of our immigrant parents can participate in the community input process, including Asian languages. And they said we're sorry, but we only have it in English. So basically, here they are trying to say they celebrate diversity when they excluded and discriminated. Anybody who didn't speak English from the process. And I find that very hypocritical. It just, it's just unbelievable to me. So but what I find interesting is I said, Okay, so you won't tell parents in their mother tongue or immigrant parents, but yet you'll tell their children and
their mother tongue. You have it in Arabic.
And in Spanish for children, but you don't have it for the parents. Don't you find that interesting? It's
it's insidious. And it's a betrayal of parent trust.
I couldn't find better words to describe that. Well, you are very brave for calling this out. Like you. Well, they know that kids are moldable and impressionable. But they know that parents will buck against this. So they're going behind the parents backs, teaching children, things that they know, their parents won't agree with. And then they're having teaching kids how to advocate for these things.
pass laws that go that removed parent rights.
Wow. Okay, so here's another coloring sheet. Again, this is for elementary grades through the Black Lives Matter curriculum. And it says, you know, now, before you go, you mentioned coloring sheets. Yeah. So this is I mean, kids that color are usually around the age of what this is elementary grades. This is second, third, fourth grade. So we're talking about what eight What number are we had 567? Like, oh, 45789?
Yeah. Wow, these very young minds that are just now
they're ripe age, and they're coloring this stuff in? Yeah. And they know when they color it. I mean, that's a lot of
you know, it's getting ingrained. Yeah, this is a lot of intentional focus. So this one, here's here, it isn't Arabic. But in English, it says everybody has the right to choose to choose look at how they're using the word choose to choose their own gender. By listening to their own heart and mind. Everyone gets to choose if they are a girl, or a boy, or both, or neither, or something else, and no one else gets to choose for them.
So now they're telling them, gender is a choice of many choices. And only your heart and mind can tell you what that is. So it's not the Quran that's going to tell you it's not your parents. It's not your biological DNA. It's not, you know,
the Bible or your religion, it's only whatever your mind is telling you after we confuse you with these many choices through the curriculum. The way we look at it, I mean, it's quite simple. You have creation, and you have a creator, the one who created creation is the one who lays the blueprint, he tells us how and what and everything we need to know in this life and doesn't leave this also for guesswork. So the one who created us tells us he chooses for us. Well, now it's like you become you become you become the deity of yourself. So it's making you into a like a guy almost like you, you hit the nail on the head. That is exactly what it is. You're becoming a God as unto
yourself. Because if there's one thing that we don't choose for ourselves, it's our gender. It's our as our sex, you know, you're either x y, or an x x as far as the chromosomes and they're trying to tell kids that this, this gender choices is based in science, when that's not the case. In fact, in reading through the preschool, you know, they want to have universal preschool now. And Newsome is trying to pass that Governor Newsome. And I read through the glossary for this national preschool standards. And it said, under gender, that gender, according to science was fluid and expansive. And then with the National Sex Ed standards, because I'm saying, How can they say this is science, it's
not even common sense to say these things, but they literally changed the definition of fact, in the National Sex Ed standards, they and it's how they do this as they use the word or so it's very tricky. But they'll say, Oh, so the new word for fact means that it it's empirical data based on research, or it's an opinion or hypothesis, based on most experts, opinion, most experts, so they pretty much get to choose who those experts are. So we have that in Arabic again, and then we come down to this, this video. Okay, you know, we shot this video at the last. So I wasn't going to show it again. I think they could go on my website and watch it under curriculum. What's the website
again? What's the website again, now that you set up a website? And it's actually the last slide on the Google slide show that I say, okay, it's um, Brenda for kids, the number for Brenda for kids. We'll have that up. Okay. So now you come to this term now, that is usually used by some of the people who have been victims of the hate machines that they throw this out. How is this non-corporate this term? radical Islam for anybody who knows?
Studying Islam means to acquire peace by submitting yourself entirely to the owner, appease the creator to have as an earth to submit your will to God's will. So this Islam cannot be radical. So why are they using this? They're using it just like blacklivesmatter. They want to incorporate LGBT with the Black Lives Matter movement, so that you're, you're fighting for your rights and your identity, your authentic self. So what it says here is facing race is the largest racial justice conference in America this year and this is a conference that they had in Detroit.
This particular student Nadeem and I will be presenting our newest workshop radical Islam lessons of Muslim liberation for from queer Muslim youth activists. And we're so excited to share. Okay, I think this emblem really says it all because a lot of people, this one with the fist, yes. Because what it's showing is you see this a lot on the fist, you know, meaning we're activists we're gonna fight for our rights, we're trying to it's, it's what they're doing is starting another civil rights movement, trying to use it under Martin Luther King, Jr. But really, to me, that's just a smokescreen. They're using the the race and the skin color as a smokescreen for their true goal. And
that's to promote
these various sexual orientations and various genders. Hmm.
Okay, here we go on for ethnic studies, you know, let's fight for ethnic studies in our districts and in our education. It shows a kid yelling through microphone education, for liberation, it's all coming under the umbrella of liberty. If you could go back to that slide just for once. I like what you said. I mean, you have good slogans like a justice, peace, you know, unity. So but then what you're saying is, these are just smokescreens because you can go ahead and push the beautiful slogans but what's actually the shot that's being given? Exactly. And here, this is really key, it says, All we want is our stories to be taught. What they do is they teach kids how to create a
testimonial, your story, because nobody can argue with experience, okay? And who meant they know that to influence decision makers, like policymakers, Senate senators, board members, that when kids come in and tell their stories, and the more emotional the better. It tugs on that empathy side of decision makers, to where nobody wants to hurt or harm a child.
Or make them feel like they're unwanted or unaccepted. And we don't, you know, of course, we don't. But this is stepping into indoctrination, where you're confusing kids, as far as the genders, you're confusing kids and telling them to experiment, discover, explore their sexual orientation, and how do you do that? And I think trying to find out how exactly they're wanting to have these kids explore because they use a lot of general terminology. But then when I go to these sites, like Healthy Teen network, that is training sex educators, it's actually telling, you know, you can go to these websites yourself. And it's endorsing pornography, it's endorsing ways that they can
Yeah. And then it gets them hooked on these things, you know, so that they want to just go deeper and deeper and deeper into these things. And it's a black hole. I mean, it just takes them into all these rabbit holes on the web.
Wow, you said I see you connecting it to pornography to just pretty much just following
a never ending black hole that you fall into a black hole of chaos and confusion. Well, absolutely. And you know, every kid wants to feel special. I mean, the adolescence is a time where you're trying to figure out who you are. And a lot of times, you're individuating. So you might be going against status quo as it is, you know, and you never think that your parents, you know, your parents don't really know what's going on. Everybody goes through that you are becoming your own person. And so what they're doing is exploiting that time of life.
And they're trying to open up this Pandora's box for them. And they're affirming it through many different ways through education. Education.
Okay, this next one, um, when within, okay, so that's where I mentioned k 12. So this is now this is what I'm talking about the K 12. Yeah, we're continents. If you see an please go to my website. I
I've written articles that will give you a summary. And I give the page numbers and I give the document so you can see the documents for yourself. You don't have to take my word for it. This is put out by advocates for you by CPS, which is sex information.
Anyways, through the United States, it is a private organization. But
anyways, it's like I said, again, this is using gender and sexual orientation as above and beyond it is saying it's ever expansive, ever changing, ever evolving.
And it is equating it with ethnicity and race. So this is core content skills in the K 12. curriculum. Is this where is an elective course? Or is this something that you have to take? So what they do is integrate now in the state of California, we endorse this document.
Not all state education department is wherever but it's different. Depends what states. Okay, so it depends where you're at state.
Okay, okay. So this is on pomorie. It is non monogamous relationships that's now being endorsed in the state of California starting in seventh grade. And this was in our health framework. It's a sexual orientation that they're saying, you know,
should be respected and included and
Okay, um, I wanted to look at tickets. So that that would be this is taught in seventh grade. So this is school starting in seventh grade, they're teaching this their teeth now it might it starts is just kind of a one liner. And I'm going to show you a video actually, it would be good if I showed this video. Now, about the sexual orientations for elementary kids. Do you have that link?
Yes. Yeah, this is for elementary school.
Sexual Orientation describes who you are attracted to, may fall in love with and may have a sexual relationship with. Everyone has a sexual orientation, and there are different words to describe different sexual orientations. Many people are familiar with terms like heterosexual, gay, lesbian, and bisexual.
But those aren't the only sexual orientations out there. For example, some people identify as pansexual,
which means they are attracted to people of all genders, many pansexual people feel that gender has little to do with their attractions. In other words, they are attracted to a person, not to that person's gender. Some people are asexual, sometimes called ace. So you see how they are using
lots of different sexual orientations. It's way beyond just gay and lesbian and bisexual. It covers a lot of different types of sexualities. It's interesting in the elementary cartoons through amaze. org.
Use salads a lot in vegetables, because of course, you kids associate salads and vegetables with healthy.
And I had a friend of mine who's much more
younger than me, and told me Do you know what toss salad is as far as the slang? And I said, No. They said, Well, why don't you look it up in the urban dictionary? And I did and I was quite shocked at what I found. I'm not going to even say what it means. But if you want to know what it means, in
younger generations, look it up for yourself under Urban Dictionary toss salad, and you'll find out why they're using salads a lot in their illustrations.
They actually have it defined there. In the dictionary, this
what toss salad is not in the Webster dictionary. But in the urban dictionary. Urban Dictionary dictionary is kind of like what things mean and slang.
Street street wise. No, I had to kind of get up to speed on some of those streetwise. So now so now in the cartoons, they're actually showing this toss salad. And now connecting the dots connecting everything together. Yes, because what? Toss salad it's a term that means rooming and I'm not going to go into what that means. But it is something a sexual act that they address in our sex education curriculum. They include Yes, yes. Yes. Um, so
If so the national let's see, where are we here? Why don't you go back to let's see the trans? There you go that one. So, when I'm talking about genders, like I said, it's not just trans. So they're in the National Sex Ed standards, they actually even change the definition of sexual to mean an umbrella term, encompassing all non conforming genders. So when you see the word non binary, non binary means you can be both gender, neither gender, something in between gender, queer, gender fluid, all these different types of genders.
And transgender is actually binary because binary means either male or female. non binary means it's something other than male or female. Okay, so it gets really confusing for parents. But under the LGBTQ when they're teaching this cute means queer or questioning, you see that word questioning under the little guy with questions. So the way I see this is here, they're giving them all these different genders. And I think just totally creating confusion. I mean, it's confusing to me, as an adult, I can only imagine as a child, how confusing This is. And then they show them, this is what they do with these cartoons. First, they tell them, okay, we're going to prepare you for puberty. So
maybe you're in third or fourth grade. And you're gonna, we're preparing you for what's going to be happening to your body, these changes that are going to come about, and I don't have the puberty video up here, but it is on my website. And it kind of scares them like, Oh, of course, puberty is kind of scary, your body's changing, you get pimples, you know, it's an awkward stage of life. So what you need isn't going to think that oh, well, I'm not really sure yet what my gender is, and puberty sounds horrifying. So they tell kids Well, if you're not sure what your gender is, don't worry, you can go on puberty blockers to give yourself more time to decide. So it stops puberty, it
stalls it so that you can have more time to decide.
We touched upon that last time, and this is actually beyond deception. This is a lie. Because anytime you interfere with the natural process here, it's not just like you can just turn off a switch and then just turn it back on. I mean, the creation, the process has been made in a certain way and not just from the interrupting, you know, from the physical, physical, biological sense. All these things you have so many it's a health disaster just waiting to happen when you're just interfering in the natural process. Yeah, in that book, that it's on my website under Resources called irreparable damage. And Abigail Schreier, she did a fantastic job she works with well.
Oh, I forget which one anyways, she's a journalist and a lawyer. But she has quotes from a lot of psychologists from medical professionals, many that are saying no, this is not good. And many testimonials from kids that have gone through this process that are experiencing huge regrets, who are permanently sterilized, who have maybe had double mastectomies. Specifically, she's focusing on adolescent and young adult girls. But, and in her book, she talks about how once they go on puberty blockers, I didn't know this until I read the book, that 100% of them go towards hormone therapy, which in time and it doesn't take that much time does sterilize.
Wow. So moving on to this, where it says spiritual abuse. I wanted to ask though, if you'd be willing to show that video on puberty blockers, the cartoon that they're showing kids, what gender are you.
A person who is transgender is someone whose internal sense of their gender being a boy or girl or something else doesn't match their physical body. People who feel this way sometimes feel anxious when they begin to reach puberty and their body starts to change in ways that don't match their internal sense of their gender. These feelings are totally normal. If you feel you want more time to explore how you feel about your gender before your body starts to change. It's important to talk with a parent counselor, therapist or doctor about the feelings you have regarding your gender. After some discussion and counseling, you may be referred to an endocrinologist. endocrinologists
specialize in hormones, and they're the most likely to prescribe puberty blockers for someone who wants them. puberty blockers are medications that will stop your body from changing. They are usually given as an injection or an implant. They block the production of hormones to stop or delay the physical changes of puberty. The effects of the medication are only
Temporary. So if a person stops using puberty blockers, the physical changes of puberty will begin again, whether you identify as male, female, gender queer or something else, you're perfectly normal. And there are lots of ways to manage puberty so that it can be a fun, exciting time rather than a scary or stressful one. Okay, maybe you need more time to get to know yourself. This is what they're teaching them to do to teach them that, for the sake of equity, we need to pass laws that cover the insurance costs for puberty blockers, hormone therapy, double mastectomies, any kind of surgeries that can mutilate your body to make you the person that you believe that you are, so that
you can have a happy life. So what in California just about a month ago, our insurance commissioner under Governor Newsome just passed a policy saying that double mastectomy will now be covered by insurance companies starting at age 16, for girls.
And I just get I,
I, I cried.
I cried because, you know, I think about so many young girls who I was a tomboy myself, you know, as a young child, I like to play with dress pirates. And, you know, and if I would have heard some of these things, as a child, I would have definitely thought I must be a boy, you know, because of the things that I like.
But you know, when I went through puberty, I just grew out of it. And my parents didn't make it a big deal.
I just think kids need to be kids, you know, we need to just let them be kids and grow up and not confuse them with all of this. It's, it's child abuse. How do you in the last 10 minutes that we have, I want to get through these slides and ask you a couple more questions. What one I want to know is, how do you I mean, this is just so apparently clear, when you look at it, you know,
someone who is Christian, someone who's Muslim, somebody who's a person of god of the Creator, someone who wants to live a morally upright life, you know, has that purpose in life direction in life? I mean, these things are, you know, just even just for a human being in general, someone who just has uses common sense, right. So it just apparently clear, but how does it become so not apparently clear for others?
like that when you're in education system? Do you sit and talk with other teachers? And they're just like, you know, scratching their head? Or are you are you because it seems like you're going against a lot against a lot equals a lot of people who are not getting it?
Well, I really think they're keeping adults of parents in the dark about this. They're bringing it in, through a lot of virtual means. Now, teachers, a lot of teachers don't agree with this. And some are unaware of it. It just depends on what school district you're in. As far as how much it's getting pushed. It's becoming more aggressive. And to be honest, I mean, with Biden, as our president, his wife, Joe Biden, is an NEA, which is a national Educators Association. The teachers union nationally, she's a member because she's a professor, college professor. So I have been on statewide conference calls with her, and they fully endorse this.
I mean, not to get super political here. But you know, the reason Trump was for school choice, so is Betsy DeVos. They that's why the teachers union hated them, because he wanted to give parents the choice of what kind of education they have. But the teachers union does not they want all kids to be only in public schools
for the sake of indoctrination.
So they they want all kids to be in schools, and that would exclude and now permit homeschooling.
Well, school choice such as we're gonna go for this in the state of California, I'm working with some agencies right now to put school choice on the ballot, which would, there's about about $9,000 per student per year, that's allocated through taxes, federal funding, state funding, and those dollars follow the child into the public schools. That's why attendance is a big deal, because that's where they get their funding. But school choice says that parents get to take that money because they're taxed, and they get to let that money follow the child to the school of their choice, whether it be a private school, a charter school, homeschool, they get to let those tax
dollars follow the child to the school they want. I see but the teachers union doesn't want that. They say no public schools only, and they're saying for the sake of equity, but I don't
Don't think it's empty at all. Not when that's where we're talking about their indoctrination.
That's where the like you said the indoctrination starts to happen. Yeah. capitalization of power.
Yeah. So moving on here to these next few slides. Yes, spiritual abuse, basically what they're saying they pass to this term in our health framework. And they're trying to say that if, if your religion justifies not accepting all these different genders and sexual orientations, then you're using religion as a means of discrimination, harassment and harm
in that includes not using non binary pronouns like they z here, tree and all those pronouns that I went over last time.
Okay, but I wrote an article Well, there's an article in my Reddit for kids website that talks about how mindfulness so one of the
they're using mindfulness now as with meditation, but you see, mindfulness by them saying, this gets you in touch with your authentic self, who are you? And then you've got all these gender teachings and sexual orientation teachings on top of this, do you see how this could become spiritual abuse in the classroom? Because they're opening their kids minds to experiment explore after they've put in their minds, all these different doctrines of genders. Um, and so one of the
Okay, this here is I just wanted to show you you know, it's coming in so many different directions this Disney movie onward. So if you look at is this a new This is coming out this Disney came out through Disney, but I don't think parents are always aware how, how these things are being taught, kind of coming in through the backdoor. So this little character, the fairy, this is a non binary character. Because what they did is they took the extreme female and male traits like male meaning, it was a kind of like a hells Angel, a motorcycle rider. And then you've got the pink skin with the fairy tutus. Okay, like the ballerina tutu. So you've got extreme feminine traits with extreme
masculine traits being brought together into one character. So you could call this a non binary character where this character is both genders.
Well, so stay away from Disney. Well, I'm just saying Disney is definitely using these things to bring it in. And this is my Yes, yeah. This is nothing new. If Disney I mean, you've seen this is nothing new. But I would advise definitely for parents to I mean, just stay away from Disney. What we need to do as parents is we need to talk to our kids about the truck and reaffirm them lay that foundation of what you really understand what gender is, according to biology, and according to your faith, you know, as are absolutely dangerous. This other one here, it's this is a go back for a second. The Lion, the lion so so we Where's that? Where's the line? Which was to the ferry right
there. On? Okay, yeah, the lion, this character in Disney, you know that lions? male lions have the mains, right? Yeah. So we've got here, this is actually transgender character, because you've got a male lion with the main, but yet it's a woman character, if you watch the movie, so this shows an example of transgender but in the animal form.
Now, this is awesome that you're able to decode this stuff. And most people just goes over their head, they don't get it. It just seems like innocent, you know, little cartoons. And, hey, have a good time sit there, I got some work to do just enjoy yourself in front of this Disney cartoon. But now what's happening is these messages that indoctrination is happening
through these cartoons to the kids. It's very scary. As an educator, I know that when they teach teachers how to teach. They say take you how to teach a new concept to a child is you have to take something from their prior learning and make the connection. So what Disney is doing is they are putting into children's minds, these prior learning so that when these new concepts get taught, they'll say, Oh, now I understand. Yeah, from that movie onward. Now it makes sense.
Here's another example. from Toy Story. You see the spork? Okay, a spork is it's a spoon and a fork together. And this can be associated with both genders. So you're not just male, you're male and female. You're
non binary, just like a spork is a fork and a spoon together.
So that's again, taking a prior learning. If you go back again for a second, this here is from Frozen. And in the movie, let it go. It has the the, in the bridge, it says there's no right no wrong, no rules for me, I'm free. This is very strategic because what they're doing is they're saying, liberty and freedom has to do with no morality. It's taking away all boundaries, all boundaries of sexuality, all boundaries of gender, all the rules are gone. And that's the true definition of liberty and freedom.
You know, it's very dangerous I just imagine if you took all the rules that we live by from day to day, I mean, we follow rules to have a civil society I mean, traffic lights, stop signs, I mean, you have just from basic from small to big you have rules otherwise if it's rule less, I mean, what do we have so the same thing the crater sent rules for us to fire that to protect us from certain harms and to put us in a direction that's going to help to benefit our lives. So here it's just kind of like the newest Iwill culture you know, they have this slogan out there by some of these like Jay Z and all these is called the duez. Die will Alisha Crosley Have you? Have you heard of him?
vaguely? Allah Alister Crowley. This is a lot of a lot of a lot of these
people follow his book and his teachings, he has this pretty much this philosophy. So this is just nothing new. It's just basically follow your whims and desires and do whatever you want. And doesn't matter if you end up falling off the bridge while doing that, you know, right, whatever your pleasure is, whatever brings you pleasure and happiness, go for it.
Yeah, so that's what you said earlier. I mean, that's just an open door to the next letter that's going to come into the alphabet moment is the pedophilia. I yeah, because isn't it interesting that they are leaving it open ended? They're literally wanting us to give it to me, it's like getting assigned a blank check to the state. And, you know, because they're just saying, oh, we're just gonna make this open ended. But I said, Well, why aren't you explicitly stating that?
pedophilia cannot be in that alphabet, but they're not doing it.
There's a reason.
So this to the right here, this is from another cartoon. Is this an older and newer cartoon? Oh, this one to the right on that is actually frozen. It's from the song Let it go.
To song Yeah, last time. Last? Yeah. Last time you gave us the inside scoop of that toy called it was pretty popular poopsie. But to look at a lot of these toys I went into target. The lol dolls. If you look at the boy dolls, their names are spice and sugar. Do you find that strange?
The lol boy dolls are called spice and sugar.
I find that very odd.
Um, so this next one here, I want to show you the next slide.
This is I just want to tell parents to be careful with student surveys. You can opt your kids out of student surveys because the student surveys are asking kids about what gender they are, what sexual orientation they are. And they're very,
very evasive, about asking you questions about your family. And you can from early on, just opted out you can opt out of sex education as far as it gets tricky on that. But, you know, I would just encourage moms to come together. And I really believe that we need to come together as interfaith communities for the sake of our children and have alternatives in education, whether it be school choice, or learning pods, where there's like homeschool, or or increasing, you know, decreasing the price of our private schools and increasing our enrollment in our private schools.
I don't know, but we need some creative solutions. I'm don't know all the answers. But we are in a crisis situation. And our kids are under assault. And we need some alternatives.
Now from the last program that we did, we actually invited many of the community leaders, the mom shakes to reach out to you. And some actually did, how was that experience? And was there a bridge that was built and some collaboration? That's you guys been working on to make some of these ideas are reality? Well, we still have a ways to go, I am working with different groups. And I'm hoping to increase that, as far as you know, honestly, this this whole thing that's been going on in our country that's literally dividing us.
It's strategically dividing us and I think we need to do just the opposite. We need to instead come together as different races, different language groups, different faiths, for the love of our church.
Learn and unite where they want to isolate and divide, we need to choose to unite. And, you know, see are things that we have in common, which is to protect our kids to protect that very sacred parent child relationship, protect our families protect religious freedoms, and our values.
Thank you so much for sharing all this with us. People can go to Brenda, for kids, please Brenda for kids, you and you can contact me by there is a web, there's the email, you can contact me that way lovesac for kids, and I encourage you to do so. I still do have Facebook though. I'm not sure what the censorship how long that's going to be going on with it. There's been a lot of censorship. So some of the things I've put up have been taken down. But I'll still use it as much as I can to reach out to people and connect through messaging.
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